Northeast Coordinator Grassroot Mobilization for Good Governance and Convener Doke Youth Force 2019 election, Engr. Daniel Dishon has said Leko/Koma need urgent government intervention to end insecurity.
He stated this during the visitation of youths under the umbrella of United Leko/Koma at his residence in Yola.
He said both the government and the people need to collectively pursue the issue of insecurity with all vigour by synergising with relevant security operatives to tackle the incessant security out-breaches in the area.
Engr. Daniel added that no society truly develops without peace. Thus, all hands must be on deck to ensure that peace and tranquility prevails in our respective communities.
‘We therefore seek the support of Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintri’s led administration to help us provide quick response to the call of our people to enable them live without fear of being kidnapped for ransom, although discussing the issue with my Boss, Commissioner for Special Duties, Hon. Aloysius A. Babadoke about the issue, he has given me his assurance that His Excellency is doing everything possible to curtailed the challenges of security breaches in the area’, he said.
Dishon recalled to his visitors that one of the campaign promises of his Excellency, Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintri is to clamped down on all the criminals that vowed not to allow people to rest and it has become one of his achievements within his one year in office.
He reiterated that Governor Fintri has successfully curtailed the activities of Shila boys within the state metropolis and he is doing more to ensure every nook and crannies is safe for the people of Adamawa state to go about doing their business without fear.
He however appeal to the state government as a matter of urgency to come to the rescue of his people in LEKO/Koma so that the people can live in peace and continue with their rainy season farming which is the major occupation of the people of the area.
On his part, Leader of the group United LEKO/Koma, Comrade Abubakar Hamman Gabdo said the people of the area can no longer sleep with their eyes closed because of fear of being kidnapped which has become an everyday business in almost all the communities. He also pleads with all leaders at the helm of authority to help relate the issue to our peace loving governor.